Veterans and their family members on the Northern Beaches are being encouraged to share their stories of service, as part of a month long campaign launched by the NSW Government in lead up to the 75th anniversary of the Second World War.
Parliamentary Secretary for Veterans James Griffin said One Month to Remember VP Day will ensure the COVID-19 pandemic does not take away from the significance of this year’s 75th anniversary of Victory in the Pacific (VP Day).
Safety for students at St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School in Balgowlah will be strengthened with two of 88 new school crossing supervisors to soon be appointed as students return to the classroom.
Member for Manly James Griffin said St Cecilia’s was one of 80 schools across the state preparing to welcome a new school crossing supervisor as part of the NSW Government’s plan to fast track the appointment of 300 new school crossing supervisors within three years.
NSW Seniors looking for a canine companion or feline friend on the Northern Beaches can take advantage of a 50 per cent discount on adoption fees for senior pets at RSPCA NSW shelters.
Member for Manly James Griffin said the offer is open to NSW Seniors Card and Senior Savers Card holders in NSW.
“We know there are so many Seniors in our community who would benefit from the company of a devoted dog or a cuddly cat,” Mr Griffin said.